Microsoft and Twitter Powers UC Cricket Content on UC Browser

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UC Web, best known for its UC Browser application for Android telephones, has tied up with small-scale blogging webpage Twitter and tech goliath Microsoft’s web index Bing to give a versatile entryway to live content before the cricket season begins in the nation.

Called UC Cricket, the new cricket content collection platform in UC Browser is intended to give cricket contents, for example, live score, news, recordings, live tweets, photograph, details, previews, editorials, and much more – making it an alluring stage for cricket fans.

India has a colossal craving for digital content. In UC Browser, we give an all-in-one browser and have intermingled different kinds of content on a single platform and any one can download UC Browser on their smartphone within a minute. UC Cricket is an ideal approach to connect with Indian fans amid this cricket season.

UC Browser is a leading product of UCWeb – a business of Alibaba Mobile Business Group and the main supplier of versatile web software technology as well as services ever since 2004.
UC Cricket accompanies a progression of new highlights, including a floating widget called UC Express which enables clients to get to cricket content, with adaptable notification, which empowers clients to subscribe to an up and coming sports for push notice update when the game begins.

Twitter will give live, public, in addition to conversational content with regard to cricket matches on UC Cricket, for example, trendy tweets of cricketers, and selective Twitter-only content from official cricket accounts of teams, for example, local recordings, Periscope streams, Vine videos, and pictures.
Bing, a main internet searcher of Microsoft, will give forecasts of up and coming sports by means of Bing Predicts. A year ago, 83% of the expectations made by Bing Predicts for the World Cup matches were precise.

As per a most recent report by worldwide statistical surveying firm Ernst and Young, in less than 5 years, about 50% of all content is anticipated to be consumed on the little screen in various arrangements, for example, video, photographs, live streaming, social cooperation et cetera.

When Kenny Ye, the Managing Director of the company was asked about how they solved the speed-related problems with regard to the contents provided on the UC Mini Browser he stated that: “As compared to other countries, the network speed in India is still not very great. So, we improved the speed on the browsing, enabling users to watch online videos without the wait and facilitate fast and stable downloads with the help of powerful servers.”

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